Old West Baltimore was one of several of America’s most vibrant Black communities that was irreparably disrupted and damaged by 20th century federal highway projects. This short film begins to explore the history and legacy of Baltimore’s infamous “Highway To Nowhere” and the damage it’s construction wrought upon a once great American community. This is the first of our 4 part Chesapeake Conversations series and is offered as a One Water Partnership program of Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake.
Panel discussion and Q&A with:
Rev. Brenda White, MDIV, Allen A.M.E. Church & Pathway Forward
Nneka Nnamdi, Fight Blight Bmore
Darin Crew, Blue Water Baltimore’s Senior Operations Manager
Rabbi Deborah Wechsler, Chizuk Amuno Congregation & Schools, Opening Reflection & Prayer for Tu B’shvat
For more information contact Bonnie Sorak at Bonnie@InterfaithChesapeake.org or 443-799-0349